Best Money Tips: The Retirement Edition

by Ashley Jacobs on 14 July 2014 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on retirement!

Top 5 Articles

All You Need to Know About Saving for Retirement — When you start saving for retirement, try to save 10%-15% of your income. [Get Rich Slowly]

5 Ways to Avoid Outspending Your Income in Retirement — Planning for longevity can help you avoid outspending your income in retirement. [Len Penzo dot Com]

4 Quick Tips for Maximizing Your Retirement Savings — To maximize your retirement savings, minimize your account fees. [Credit Sesame]

5 Tips for Starting a Retirement Account When You Get Your First Job — If you just landed your first job, make it a point to try to max out your company match. [Bargaineering]

Work Longer and Prosper — Sometimes working longer can mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and one where you are forced to skimp. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

Retiring Soon? Don't Make These 8 Mistakes — If you are retiring soon, don't underestimate your costs or celebrate with a big purchase. [Money Talks News]

Retirement Saving: Size Isn't the Only Consideration — When thinking about retirement savings, consider where you live and social security projections. [Five Cent Nickel]

Average Retirement Savings by Age — How Does Your Savings Stack Up? — To get your retirement savings above average, open an individual retirement account. [Good Financial Cents]

What's Your Number? Retirement Number, That Is — One of the most popular ways to figure out how much you need to save for retirement is to set a savings goal of 11 times your working salary. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Should Parents Invest in Roth IRAs? — Money invested in a Roth IRA grows tax-free, but is taxed upfront. [Parenting Squad]

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Also check out the site Retirement And Good Living that provides information on finances, health, retirement locations, travel, part time jobs, volunteering and more. And it has a blog of posts by guests from around the globe on many retirement topics.